Charlie Adlard Launches The Walking Dead Magazine
Artist Charlie Adlard will launch the first issue of The Walking Dead: The Official Magazine at the Forbidden Planet London Megastore at 1:00 on Saturday 10th November.
From Robert Kirkman’s Eisner Award-winning comic book series, best-selling graphic novels and Emmy-winning AMC television series comes The Walking Dead: The Official Magazine, a new Titan Magazines and Skybound production. This zombie-saga is an international success in 120 countries and 250 million homes and has risen as a phenomenon among the wildly diverging fans of horror and character-driven drama.
Only in The Walking Dead: The Official Magazine will fans gain exclusive access to the most successful adaptation of a comic ever, including in-depth interviews with executive producers and writers Robert Kirkman, Glen Mazzara and David Alpert as well as lead cast members Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, Sarah Wayne Callies as Lori Grimes and Jon Bernthal as bad boy Shane.
“This magazine will be your one stop destination for all the news pertaining to the comic, TV show, video game, toys, games, and whatever else exists in the ever-expanding Walking Dead universe! If it’s happening, you’ll find out all about it right here!” - Robert Kirkman
Forbidden Planet are thrilled to announce their own limited edition variant cover edition of the magazine, featuring sensational new artwork by Charlie Adlard.
Artist Charlie Adlard began his work in the UK on White Death with Robbie Morrison and many 2000 AD series including Judge Dredd, Armitage and Savage.
He is well known for his work on The X-Files, Astronauts in Trouble and, of course, The Walking Dead from Image Comics. He is currently the regular penciller on The Walking Dead.
His other work includes Mars Attacks!, The Hellfire Club and Warlock for Marvel Comics, Batman: Gotham Knights and Green Lantern / Green Arrow for DC Comics and a great many others.
Please note that, due to time constraints, Charlie Adlard will not be sketching at this event - and there may be restrictions on the number of items to be signed.